Thursday September 23, 2021


SEPTEMBER FOCUS: Hotel Group Meetings

Blair McSheffrey

The New Normal for Meetings

The key to meeting now and in a post COVID world successfully is flexibility and creativity, in addition to implementing all recommended safety guidelines, from health and cleanliness standards, to hybrid meetings and alternate F&B plans. Hotels are partnering with 3rd party organizations and vendors to simplify events for planners and attendees.
The New Normal for Meetings


Daily Industry News Updates

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DAILY HEADLINES - Thursday Sep 23, 2021
Onyx CenterSource Develops Payment Platform for's Travel Agency Affiliates
IDeaS and Amadeus Expand Technology Partnership to Expedite Hospitality Industry Recovery
ISM Spa Announces Seasoned Spa Veteran Anne Melby as Senior Vice President
Hilton Signs With Sun Group to Launch New Curio Collection by Hilton Resort in Phu Quoc, Vietnam
W Hotels Worldwide Opens W Philadelphia
Omni Hotels & Resorts Celebrates Opening of Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport
Four Seasons Resort and Residences Napa Valley Now Welcoming Guests


More from our online Library Archives...

Allison Handy

Reconfiguring Meeting Facilities To Meet the Growing Demand For Non-Traditional Spaces

Because high-quality hotel meeting and conference facilities are a reliable way to generate revenue and drive food & beverage profitability, experienced hotel owners and operators understand the value of great meeting and event spaces. The question is what does a "great" meeting space look like, and how has this changed in recent times. There is no one answer, of course, but with the growing trend of businesses and leaders looking for creative and non-traditional spaces for their professional events, more hoteliers are finding innovative ways to identify or create those unique environments and memorable experiences.
Annette Gregg

Getting Back to Live: How We Can Plan In-Person Conferences Again

The meeting and event industry faces one of the toughest times in its history. Meeting Professionals International's quarterly Meetings Outlook survey predicted the lowest meeting and event growth on record, with only 36% predicting favorable business conditions over the next year. For organizers that are planning live events during this pandemic, we have a powerful opportunity to demonstrate how events can happen safely.

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